Triy isn't a new artist on the Boston music scene, but his drive and energy as of late has shown everyone that he is here to stay. The promotion of his debut album "Triy Season" has been seen throughout his and his team's social media outlets so it appears they are gearing up for a big release. In the meantime, Triy dropped "The Care Package" EP to hold us over for now.
The Care Package is a seven track project that opens up with Triy letting us know how he feels about where he is now in his career and how he understands that this is what comes with the game. Whether he is rapping or singing, what is clear is that he puts content and substance at the forefront. In a society where that is greatly lacking, it's what will separate him from the pack. Of course the track "Look at Me Now" is the standout, but “I, Promise”, “Ok Ok” and “Hold it Down” are solid songs that give you the impression that there’s more to be explored. When Triy Season drops, our appetites will either be sated or it will fall flat.
The tease of "The Care Package" does what it was intended to do. We now have a foundation to sit on and we get insight on his mindset. We are seeing growth in motion and a desire to aim higher. "The Care Package" is a well rounded compilation that will appeal to a variety of listeners. All I would say is for Triy to dig deeper and to not be afraid to let his emotions go when the music calls for it. Besides that, "The Care Package" is a solid B in my book and that's because I rather hear him sing than hear him rap. But I have a biased opinion when it comes to rap, so to each their own.